On November 29th, 2019, Westcoast rapper The Game released his 9th and final album of his hip-hop career and on top of that, he released the album on his 40th birthday. The final album is called Born 2 Rap, which was released under Game's new founded label Prolific and eOne. The Game was discovered in 2002 by Bay Area rapper JT The Bigga Figga through releasing mixtapes, which eventually led to being discovered by Dr. Dre that got him signed later on to Aftermath and G-Unit to start his rap career in 2005. During his 14 years hip-hop career, despite the differences he had with 50 Cent after releasing his first album The Documentary, Game released a lot of hit records and was recognized by west coast legends such as Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube that he was the new breed of the west coast in the mid-2000s. Game, later on, passed that torch to the new and younger generations of west coast rappers like Kendrick Lamar, Nipsey Hussle, YG, Jay Rock, Dom Kennedy, just to name a few. Born 2 Rap features Ed Sheeran, Nipsey Hussle, Dom Kennedy, Chris Brown, Miguel, Andersoon .Paak, Marsha Ambrosius, 21 Savage, D Smoke, J Stone, and others. With his last album being named Born 2 Rap and released on his 40th birthday, which is something really big, let's see if The Game goes out in style.